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Post Re: Turing test   Posted on: Fri Nov 15, 2013 2:41 pm
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There are billions of self-aware computers on this planet already, most of which are underutilized.


huh? Are you joking?


Quite a lot of computer systems have parity bits so they "know" when they are right or wrong tho maybe that should be write or read properly :wink: :twisted: its been a while since I did proper low level bit twiddling.

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Post Re: Turing test   Posted on: Fri Nov 15, 2013 2:48 pm
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Anyone have any opinions on the point of the Turing test? I.e., is anyone of the opinion that the appearance of sentience is actual sentience?


Its a useful concept to narrow down both the number of both false positives and negatives the feedback helps refine the test. When the test is good enough the appearance of sentience will be actual sentience and the test will have helped us get there.

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Post Re: The Eterenergia.....   Posted on: Fri Nov 15, 2013 3:23 pm
LOL! Wheeeeeeeeeeeeee going of the rails on this crazy train

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Post Re: The Eterenergia.....   Posted on: Fri Nov 15, 2013 5:41 pm
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LOL! Wheeeeeeeeeeeeee going of the rails on this crazy train


Haven't you heard fellow space enthusiast Elon Musk has specified a train without rails running on a cushion of pressurised air IIRC and he is batting 4 for 4 so far :wink: :twisted:. Mind you even tho I like quite a lot of weird blue sky ideas I don't think V.E.E.G. is even close to one of reality's bleeding edges he is more likely to be sliced and diced by Occam's razor in a bad way especially if he does have patent lawyers taking money from him.

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Post Re: The Eterenergia.....   Posted on: Fri Nov 15, 2013 6:33 pm
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Gravity is a space full of Eterenegias. that is, a space of ether positive and negative.

This energized ether unites two (2) bodies through a energy cord, which connects from one bodies to another and unites them.

This energy cord not see, but to attract something must be used or a cord of atoms or a energy cord.

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Post Re: The Eterenergia.....   Posted on: Fri Nov 15, 2013 6:54 pm
Furyan Energy! Kill the Riddick!

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Post Re: Turing test   Posted on: Sat Nov 16, 2013 12:55 am
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Its a useful concept to narrow down both the number of both false positives and negatives the feedback helps refine the test. When the test is good enough the appearance of sentience will be actual sentience and the test will have helped us get there.



Or we will simply have created a simulation of sentience that is very good at passing a Turing test.


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Post Re: Turing test   Posted on: Sat Nov 16, 2013 10:19 am
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There are billions of self-aware computers on this planet already, most of which are underutilized.


huh? Are you joking?

*hint* humans *hint* :wink:

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Post Re: Turing test   Posted on: Sat Nov 16, 2013 3:41 pm
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SuperShuki wrote:
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There are billions of self-aware computers on this planet already, most of which are underutilized.


huh? Are you joking?

*hint* humans *hint* :wink:


darn it! I should have gotten that!
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Post Re: Turing test   Posted on: Sat Nov 16, 2013 3:43 pm
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Its a useful concept to narrow down both the number of both false positives and negatives the feedback helps refine the test. When the test is good enough the appearance of sentience will be actual sentience and the test will have helped us get there.



Or we will simply have created a simulation of sentience that is very good at passing a Turing test.


Exactly my point. The simulation of sentience isn't sentience.

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Post Re: The Eterenergia.....   Posted on: Sat Nov 16, 2013 5:12 pm
The brain is very sensitive to the energy that emits a magnet and can be seen with the eyes closed. This explains how the ether is attached to energy, therefore, what is perceived with the eyes closed is Eterenergia or ether with energy. The Ether bring the energy of the magnet until his eyes closed.


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Post Re: Turing test   Posted on: Sat Nov 16, 2013 5:28 pm
SuperShuki wrote:
JamesG wrote:
SANEAlex wrote:
Its a useful concept to narrow down both the number of both false positives and negatives the feedback helps refine the test. When the test is good enough the appearance of sentience will be actual sentience and the test will have helped us get there.



Or we will simply have created a simulation of sentience that is very good at passing a Turing test.


Exactly my point. The simulation of sentience isn't sentience.


That is not knowable until we have got very good at the simulations and can still find a significant difference.

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Post Re: The Eterenergia.....   Posted on: Sat Nov 16, 2013 6:58 pm
Gravity is a space full of Eterenegias. that is, a space of ether positive and negative.

This energized ether unites two (2) bodies through a energy cord, which connects from one bodies to another and unites them.

This energy cord not see, but to attract something must be used or a cord of atoms or a energy cord.

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Post Re: Turing test   Posted on: Sun Nov 17, 2013 1:13 am
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That is not knowable until we have got very good at the simulations and can still find a significant difference.


The algorithm for a simulation (mimicry without true self-awareness/ consciousness) is likely very different than the process which creates actual sentience.

Yes, we might very well create a simulation that can fool people, and even other computers, but the difference will be "under the hood" if it is simply an elaborate set of programmed conditional responses designed to give the right answers/behavior, or is it the level of learning and "thinking" that we associate with intelligence.


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Post Re: Turing test   Posted on: Sun Nov 17, 2013 3:39 am
JamesG wrote:
SANEAlex wrote:

That is not knowable until we have got very good at the simulations and can still find a significant difference.


The algorithm for a simulation (mimicry without true self-awareness/ consciousness) is likely very different than the process which creates actual sentience.

Yes, we might very well create a simulation that can fool people, and even other computers, but the difference will be "under the hood" if it is simply an elaborate set of programmed conditional responses designed to give the right answers/behavior, or is it the level of learning and "thinking" that we associate with intelligence.


Yeah. What he said.

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